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Mingw-w64 brings free software toolchains to Windows. It hosts a vibrant community which builds and debugs software for Windows while providing development environment for everyone to use.
It has forked mingw.org in order to move forward and provide 64bit support and support for new APIs and has brought countless improvements since its creation in 2007.
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Adding group selection in win-builds
crt: Share odbc32.def between lib64 and libarm32
crt: Regenerate Makefile.in
Compilation/linking fails when compiling with -msse2/msse3/msse4.1/msse4.2
Fixed on master. On i686 -msse2 is not enabled by default, hence MemoryBarrier() is left unexpanded. GCC should have generated a warning about implicit function declaration which was removed in C99, but it doesn't because the function in question is brought in by a system header. An external definition is actually available, so there is neither compiler warnings nor linker errors.
include/winnt.h: involve <emmintrin.h> when attempting to use SSE2
headers: Complete the winnt.h structs/defines for ARM64
Add IDWriteTextAnalyzer1 related declarations on dwrite_1.h
pthread_cond_signal() should never deadlock. However, the attached program uses the POSIX API in a way that is does not guarantee that pthread_cond_signal() wakes up anything. A quote from the POSIX spec (http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/functions/pthread_cond_broadcast.html): The pthread_cond_broadcast() or pthread_cond_signal() functions may be called by a thread whether or not it currently owns the mutex that threads calling pthread_cond_wait() or pthread_cond_timedwait() have associated...